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10 Kirkwood Drive
Charlottetown, P.E.I.
C1A 2T3

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Power-assisted Bicycle Regulations

Charlottetown Police Services would like to inform the public of new Power-assisted Bicycle Legislation that came into effect on July 10, 2021. The e-bike market has grown by leaps and bounds around the world and Prince Edward Island is no exception. The rising...

Cst Kristi MacKay Guest Speaker at Special Olympics PEI Gala

Cst MacKay was guest speaker at last nights Special Olympics PEI Enriching Lives Gala.  Cst MacKay has been involved with Special Olympics for many years.  She holds this organization near and dear to her heart and has formed a special friendship with athlete Erin...

NAME OUR MASCOT CONTEST

The Charlottetown Police Services needs your help to name our new mascot. The contest is open to children 12 years of age or younger and will be received Until August 18th, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Entries may be dropped off at the Charlottetown Police Services Headquarters...

Healthy Me – Donation Received

Charlottetown Police Services have received a significant $1300 dollar donation from Mr. Earl Foster, representative from the Charlottetown Y's Men Club.  The Healthy Me program was developed in 2016 by Charlottetown police and student services workers.  It is offered...

SHARE THE ROADS – Cyclists and Motorists Safety Tips

As the warmer weather approaches, the cyclists are getting their bikes out of storage and hitting the roads.   It’s important that both cyclists and motorist understand the rules of the road to reduce the risk of collisions and injuries. Here are some of the basics:...

PEI Law Enforcement Torch Run “fill-your-freezer” Fundraiser

The PEI Law Enforcement Torch Run (PEI LETR) “Fill-your-freezer” fundraiser is underway!  Stock up on cases of restaurant quality meat and seafood just in time to kick off BBQ season while helping support Special Olympics PEI. Our fundraiser sale will be available to...

Charlottetown Police Participate in Annual Polar Plunge

The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is the largest public awareness and grassroots fundraising organization for Special Olympics globally. All money raised goes directly to Special Olympics PEI athletes across PEI.  Charlottetown Police took part and always look...

Cst Chantelle Costello Receives Police Community Relations Award

On April 17th, 2021, Cst. Chantelle Costello received the Police Community Relations Award for Outstanding service in the Community from the IODE Canada- PEI Chapter. Cst. Costello began working with Charlottetown Police in 2014 and is currently the School Resource...

Bunny Run – April 3rd

The Bunny Hop has been a popular PEI road-running race in early spring for years. This year, the UPEI Distance Running Program has taken over the management of the race which will occur this Saturday April 3,2021 with an expectation of 200 runners. Start time begins...

Wandering Seal Returned to Water

File: 2021 231507 Charlottetown Police Services responded to an unusual request for service Sunday morning on Patterson Drive. A concerned resident called Police to report that a seal was in front of her residence on the road. This was a first for the responding...

Power-assisted Bicycle Regulations

Charlottetown Police Services would like to inform the public of new Power-assisted Bicycle Legislation that came into effect on July 10, 2021. The e-bike market has grown by leaps and bounds around the world and Prince Edward Island is no exception. The rising...

Cst Kristi MacKay Guest Speaker at Special Olympics PEI Gala

Cst MacKay was guest speaker at last nights Special Olympics PEI Enriching Lives Gala.  Cst MacKay has been involved with Special Olympics for many years.  She holds this organization near and dear to her heart and has formed a special friendship with athlete Erin...

NAME OUR MASCOT CONTEST

The Charlottetown Police Services needs your help to name our new mascot. The contest is open to children 12 years of age or younger and will be received Until August 18th, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Entries may be dropped off at the Charlottetown Police Services Headquarters...

Healthy Me – Donation Received

Charlottetown Police Services have received a significant $1300 dollar donation from Mr. Earl Foster, representative from the Charlottetown Y's Men Club.  The Healthy Me program was developed in 2016 by Charlottetown police and student services workers.  It is offered...

SHARE THE ROADS – Cyclists and Motorists Safety Tips

As the warmer weather approaches, the cyclists are getting their bikes out of storage and hitting the roads.   It’s important that both cyclists and motorist understand the rules of the road to reduce the risk of collisions and injuries. Here are some of the basics:...

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Vehicle Collision – Impaired Driving Charge Laid

File: 20211072779 At 2:50 am this morning (July 23), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a minor two vehicle collision on Euston Street.  No injuries were reported. Responding Officers determined that the driver of one of the vehicles displayed...

Impaired Driving – Charge Laid

File: 20211066432 At 1:35 am this morning (July 22), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a possible impaired driver on Capital Drive. Police located the vehicle a short time later and pulled it over.  The driver displayed signs of impairment by...

Targeted Vehicle Stop Results in Drug Charges

File: 20211028668 On Thursday July 15th , Charlottetown Police Street Crime Unit arrested a male following a targeted traffic stop on Herlihy Drive in Clyde River and seized a quantity of cocaine, methamphetamine tablets (commonly known as speed), crystal...

Three Separate Assault Charges Laid over the Weekend

Charlottetown Police Services responded to six assault complaints over the weekend with three of them resulting in charges. File: 20211044373 - At 2:10 am on Sunday, Officers responded to a complaint of an injured female on Kent Street.  The female had been assaulted...

Drug Charges Laid

File: 20211022221 On Wednesday July 14th , Charlottetown Police Street Crime Unit arrested a male and female following a targeted traffic stop on Murchison Lane and seized a quantity of cocaine.  The males residence was subsequently searched and resulted with...

Impaired Driving – Charge Laid

File: 20211012689 While on routine patrol at 9:30 pm last night (July 12), Charlottetown Police observed a vehicle driving erratically on University Avenue. Police pulled the vehicle over and determined that the driver displayed signs of impairment by alcohol and was...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

Power-assisted Bicycle Regulations

Charlottetown Police Services would like to inform the public of new Power-assisted Bicycle Legislation that came into effect on July 10, 2021. The e-bike market has grown by leaps and bounds around the world and Prince Edward Island is no exception. The rising...

Cst Kristi MacKay Guest Speaker at Special Olympics PEI Gala

Cst MacKay was guest speaker at last nights Special Olympics PEI Enriching Lives Gala.  Cst MacKay has been involved with Special Olympics for many years.  She holds this organization near and dear to her heart and has formed a special friendship with athlete Erin...

NAME OUR MASCOT CONTEST

The Charlottetown Police Services needs your help to name our new mascot. The contest is open to children 12 years of age or younger and will be received Until August 18th, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Entries may be dropped off at the Charlottetown Police Services Headquarters...

Healthy Me – Donation Received

Charlottetown Police Services have received a significant $1300 dollar donation from Mr. Earl Foster, representative from the Charlottetown Y's Men Club.  The Healthy Me program was developed in 2016 by Charlottetown police and student services workers.  It is offered...

SHARE THE ROADS – Cyclists and Motorists Safety Tips

As the warmer weather approaches, the cyclists are getting their bikes out of storage and hitting the roads.   It’s important that both cyclists and motorist understand the rules of the road to reduce the risk of collisions and injuries. Here are some of the basics:...

PEI Law Enforcement Torch Run “fill-your-freezer” Fundraiser

The PEI Law Enforcement Torch Run (PEI LETR) “Fill-your-freezer” fundraiser is underway!  Stock up on cases of restaurant quality meat and seafood just in time to kick off BBQ season while helping support Special Olympics PEI. Our fundraiser sale will be available to...

Charlottetown Police Participate in Annual Polar Plunge

The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is the largest public awareness and grassroots fundraising organization for Special Olympics globally. All money raised goes directly to Special Olympics PEI athletes across PEI.  Charlottetown Police took part and always look...

Cst Chantelle Costello Receives Police Community Relations Award

On April 17th, 2021, Cst. Chantelle Costello received the Police Community Relations Award for Outstanding service in the Community from the IODE Canada- PEI Chapter. Cst. Costello began working with Charlottetown Police in 2014 and is currently the School Resource...

Bunny Run – April 3rd

The Bunny Hop has been a popular PEI road-running race in early spring for years. This year, the UPEI Distance Running Program has taken over the management of the race which will occur this Saturday April 3,2021 with an expectation of 200 runners. Start time begins...

Wandering Seal Returned to Water

File: 2021 231507 Charlottetown Police Services responded to an unusual request for service Sunday morning on Patterson Drive. A concerned resident called Police to report that a seal was in front of her residence on the road. This was a first for the responding...

Vehicle Collision – Impaired Driving Charge Laid

File: 20211072779 At 2:50 am this morning (July 23), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a minor two vehicle collision on Euston Street.  No injuries were reported. Responding Officers determined that the driver of one of the vehicles displayed...

Impaired Driving – Charge Laid

File: 20211066432 At 1:35 am this morning (July 22), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a possible impaired driver on Capital Drive. Police located the vehicle a short time later and pulled it over.  The driver displayed signs of impairment by...

Targeted Vehicle Stop Results in Drug Charges

File: 20211028668 On Thursday July 15th , Charlottetown Police Street Crime Unit arrested a male following a targeted traffic stop on Herlihy Drive in Clyde River and seized a quantity of cocaine, methamphetamine tablets (commonly known as speed), crystal...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

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